Discover Malta

Give your colleagues, family or friends a new perspective. If you are looking for something, unique, fun, and that meets the interest of a diverse group of people?  Malta is the place.

UNIQUE STRATEGIC LOCATION

Located 60 miles South of Sicily in the middle of the Mediterranean sea, the islands are a rocky formation (mostly limestone) rising from east to northeast to a height of 786 ft, with cliffs that form deep harbors, bays, creeks, and rocky coves that create beautiful views and plenty sandy beaches and cleanest water in the EU.

 

 

OVER 7000 YEARS OF HISTORY

With 7,000 years of history, the Maltese Islands are steeped in culture  and heritage. This historic legacy, unique in the Mediterranean, is reflected in the country’s national architecture and collections. There  are so many areas of heritage and culture to be explored – the 16th century masterpiece Grandmasters’ Palace, the “Sacra Infermeria”, which is now a fully equipped conference centre, the St. James Centre for  Creativity – to modern times.

SATISFY INTERESTS OF MANY

Not only are the Maltese Islands full of rich history and culture but it also has many other attractions such as water sports including diving, snorkeling, sailing, kayaking, paddle boarding or land sports including biking, trekking, rock climbing and so much more.

SAFE AND FRIENDLY PEOPLE

Malta, one of the top destinations for the British, is known for its hospitable friendly people whose official language is Maltese AND English. It’s a very safe place and easy to get around and communicate with the locals.

“When I was 16 my dad was looking at flights online for work. An ad came up that was flashing “Visit Malta!” My dad, a guy who never goes for things like that randomly went for it after googling Malta, and it became the best, most random family vacation we have ever had. Such a rad country full of some of the most hospitable and kind humans I ever met” – Kim Miller

  • Trekking has become very popular on the Maltese Islands and sights like this make it easy to understand why! ⠀
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  • The Natural History Museum is found in Medina. The biggest theft was in fact from this museum when the Goodwill MoonWalk was stolen. These Lunar Samples were given to Malta by the US President after the Moon walks by the famous Neil Armstrong & Buzz Aldrin ⠀
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  • One of Esplora’s main attraction is the Planetarium that showcases the Cosmic System. It can be seen from the outside of the building in a shape of a massive ball! ⠀
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  • A fun fact about the National Aquarium is it’s shape structure-That of a StarFish! Apart from the 41 tanks filled with fish,reptiles, insects etc... there is also a playground just outside the Aquarium! ⠀
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  • Did you know that the purpose of Popeye Village was to built a set for the movie Popeye in 1979 for the productions of Paramount Pictures and Walt Disney! Learn more on meettherock/blogs/funactivities ⠀
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  • A Coffee with a View on the Rock ❤️ #MeetTheRock #Malta #Destination #SummerDays #TheView
  • Today, Fort Rinella is one of the most interesting places to visit on the island. It became a hit again when it was used to film the movie Titanic. The water tanks at Rinella were featured as the sea during the movie and since then, this beautiful fort has been revived.⠀
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  • Did you know that the Malta Maritime Museum is the largest museum on the Rock with more than 20,000 exhibits about the Maltese Maritime history. The museum was opened in 1992 and it is situated in the old Royal Naval Bakery. In 1845 this bakery serviced the Mediterranean fleets and at times it was producing around 14,000 KG (nearly 31K lbs) of bread and biscuits daily.⠀
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  • Now that Easter has passed, we are all looking forward to Summer! What about you?! 🙋🏼‍♀️🙋🏼‍♀️#MeetTheRock #Malta #Destination #Island #Summer
  • Today is the official opening of the Malta Fireworks Festival and it looks just fabulous! #MeetTheRock #Malta #Traditon #FireWorks #Festival
  • Easter Sunday is a main event on the Rock. On Easter, we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ after 3 days dead. Festive Masses take place in all the Village Parish Churches followed by family reunions and lunches! #MeetTheRock #Malta #Traditions #Easter
  • Good Friday is the main Procession Day on the Rock. It commemorates the death of Jesus before the resurrection two days later. During the processions, chains and crosses are carried around by religious locals as a show of penitence! #MeetTheRock #Malta #Traditions #Religious #Preperation4Easter

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